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pieces ; he vanquished in battle the forces of Kanipa Nainappa,
the governor of TTddagiri (Udayagiri), and subdued at
Giirramkonda Ravila Konda and Venkata. He also * executed
successfully the commission entrusted to him by the Raya by
putting down Virappa, (the Nayaka) of Madura.

, Canto 1.

2L7.   THE WAB BETWEEN THE PEMMASANI AND
MATLA CHIEFS.
During the reign of Venkatapatiraya, king of Penugonda,
this country was administered by Matla Kumar a Anantaraja,
the chief of Cittiveli. He was engaged in a war with Pemma-
sani Timma Itfayadu, the governor of the fort of Q-andikota.
However, a peace was concluded by the terms of which
GilamkfLru in Duvvur taluka was .fixed as a boundary between
the estates of the two chiefs. The country to the west of
Oilamkuru was given to Pemmasani Tiinma Nayadu and that to
the east of it was assigned to Matla Kumara Anantaraja.
Kaijiyat of Alii dona : L. R. 1, p. 142.
218.   YACAMA NAYABU (THE SIEGE OF UTTARAMALLtJR).
SUMMARY.
Yacama, the son of Rauga, and the grandson of Yaca,
boldly took possession of the Perimeti slma which Vlra Venkata-
patiraya granted to him. Having stationed his troops at
Madhurantakam, he led an expedition on the next day against
the fort of Uttaramalliir which he captured by escalade.
On hearing the news of the capture of the fort, 5.radi
Naga became indignant. He sent for the adventurous hero,
Davula Papa, and explained to him how Yacama attacked and
captured Uttaramallur, Having warned him that he should
be ready to wage war on Yacama, he summoned to his
assistance, the nobles and petty chiefs under him as well as
the powerful Eeddis and pahtigfirs. He also obtained some
elephants and horses from Oenji and TanjavSr. He placed this
army under the command of Davula Cinna Papa, and sent him
against Uttaramallur with instructions to recapture it Papa